An American doctor spoke about what his patient had felt during clinical death when he was about to drown.
The man revealed his experience in 1985, but Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Virginia Bruce Grayson spoke about the condition of his patient again recently, according to the British newspaper “Express”.
And the doctor remembered that his patient had almost drowned when he fell into the waterfall, and at that moment, old memories of childhood and adolescence that he had forgotten came back to him.
The patient pointed out at the time that “the sense of hearing and sight were working in an unprecedented way.”
The doctor stated that the patient felt calm and comfortable, even though he was underwater.
After a short period, the patient added, memories were replaced by darkness and a feeling of something like stopping before something happened.
According to the scientists, the emergence of memories before death related to chemical reactions in the brain at that moment.
It is worth noting that emergency doctor Thomas Fleischmann collected the testimonies of hundreds of patients who had clinical death to reveal what happens to a person upon death.
Source: British newspaper “Express”